When we all have our own gardens and supply of food?
When we collect our own rain water?
When we minimize our waste to practically nothing and have a system for the waste we do produce?
Will we still need society?
Will we still need jobs?
Will we still need money?
Could we be free?
The Universe is a being. Like each and every one of us are beings. Everything repeats, nature likes circles, us humans are cells in an organ. That organ is earth. We have forgotten this. Until we fully remember this, we will not be able to heal our self.
I think that in order for us to attain individual sustanability we first must discard society as we know it: we first need to put ourselves before money, and only then we can continue evolving. Otherwise we’ll always have someone how goes hungry, or die of a simple cold, because of the lack of access to abundance.
The only thing that needs to change is our perspective of what it means to “me.”
If we see all of life as one collective: no one will starve and all people will be free.
It has nothing to do with society, or money, or jobs, or food supply, or rain water. All of these things are drawing us away from the root of the problem, the only problem:
Us. We create our own suffering, and we create the infrastructures of suffering, and yet we can’t even learn to escape this labyrinth of our own design. Change the way we think of each other, and we change the way we live and treat one another.
It’s as simple and as difficult as that.
Society? yes, people will still interact.
Jobs? not in the current sense.
Money? depends, if a more efficient medium of exchange can be found.
Freedom is subjective, IMO.